Monday, March 31, 2008

A Garden Tea Party


If you like pretty gardens and little tea parties occasionally, before it gets hot anyway, look at this blog.

http://gracioushospitality.blogspot.com

A bit of relaxation for us. I love outdoor dining, ice tea in this part of the country, or how about a mint julip? Actually never had one, they sound too sweet but oh so southern. My last batch of ice tea I brewed Celestial Seasonings Blueberry Breeze Green Tea and sweetened it. Delicious.

7 comments:

Rick said...

Karen, Thank you for your nice comment on my blog, and THEN I happen to notice that you had me list among your favorites! What an honor. Thank you very much.

I'm not the tea party type, but I really appreciate a grandparent that takes on the responsibility of raising their teenage granddaughters. You're saving their future and ours.

http://organizeddoodles.blogspot.com/

Karen Deborah said...

Your welcome Rick.

Laura ~Peach~ said...

dang it I left a great comment...and blogger ate it!
I love plantation mint tea sweetened with honey.
Love the changes on your blog... we must swap notes and get you straight on pictures :-)

Karen Deborah said...

ps Rick, my "tea parties" are not very traditional you'd have a good time. The idea is to have fun, laugh, eat, drink, and enjoy life and beauty. Thanks for the comments about my girls they are a joy, and a lot of hard work.

Coffee Bean said...

I've had a mint julip! My husband and I took a weekend trip to Nachez and toured a bunch of the homes. We decided to get ourselves mint julips as we strolled the grounds of the Stratmoor ??? It was named something like that. Anyway, one sip of mine and my hair bout fell out and I think I might have grown a mustache. I had to give mine to hubs... uh, not my cup of tea! I then had to drive home. He was schnockered.

Miss Sandy said...

Such a sweet little line up of tiny blue and white tea cups! So dainty and cleverly displayed!

Drew Watts said...

You have shared good information on this garden tea party. Couple of months ago, I arranged a dinner party with my friends at one of the finest Los Angeles event venues. Hired a reputed party caterer and he prepared delicious food for this event.